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The Reebok Instapump Fury Shows Off A Ripple Effect Graphic

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Despite tapping superstars the likes of Conor McGregor and Cardi B for the recent launch of its Zig Kinetica, Reebok has remained focused on its already-established silhouettes. And arguably at the forefront of the brand’s catalog is the Instapump Fury.

Designed in 1994 by Steven Smith, who’s currently at adidas Yeezy, the Instapump Fury has developed a cult-like following for its bold attitude and design. Its latest look forgoes any all-over print and faux fur previously seen on collaborations with Distortedd and Tom & Jerry, respectively, but the ensemble equally demands attention. Textile uppers and EVA midsoles are clad in “Heritage Navy,” but the former’s midfoot overlay interrupts the tonal arrangement. Center cutouts boast a rainbow trim that ripples out into a hypnotic, geometric print. Outsoles further deviate from the dark scheme in “Glass Blue.”

A stateside launch has yet to be seen, but this Instapump Fury is now available at Reebok.com overseas.

For more Reebok news, check out the recently-teased JJJJound Club C 85.

Reebok Instapump Fury OG NM
Color: Heritage Navy/Glass Blue/Heritage Navy
Style Code: FV4503

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